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Friday, June 23, 2017

In the “Apple” commented low result on elections in the state Duma


During a press briefing after the closing of polling stations, the members of the Yabloko party, commented on the data of exit polls and expressed their opinion about how was a Single day of voting.


photo: Valery Markov

“With such a catastrophically low turnout, the state Duma will not have the confidence, – said the Deputy Chairman of the partyYabloko” Nikolay Rybakov. – Citizens have voted against the current government, not at the polling stations”.

According to 22-hour party received 437 complaints from observers. “Not to get what many have been waiting for: fair elections,” – said Rybakov. Recall that the CEC head Ella Pamfilova today expressed the opposite view — as members of the Public headquarters for the observation of elections.

According to the CEC after counting 7% of ballots the party gaining 1,42 percent of the vote. These exit polls on the “Apple” sold, according to VTsIOM, the party won 3.5%, and according to Davydov.The index is 5.1%.

“I hope that our interest will grow, – said the Fishermen Ahead of the counting of votes in the major cities”. He added that the party would continue to work regardless of what the result of the elections to the state Duma.

It is expected that after the morning statement of the results of the elections will make the leader of Yabloko Grigory Yavlinsky, and Chairman of the party Emilia Slabunov.

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Elections to the State Duma 2016. Chronicle of events
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